Monday, December 27, 2010

Post Christmas Post

Yes I finished knitting the slippers for my husband with only inches of yarn and minutes of Christmas Eve to spare. I was happy with this pattern and hubby says they fit great and are so soft. Now I'm torn whether to make the same pattern for myself or a different pattern I found when I went searching for this one.

Our Christmas tree. I usually add red velvet bows, but I was just glad to call it done this year. Now to get it all put away again until next year.

Hubby and son know how I NEED my morning coffee. So look what they surprised me with for Christmas. Very cool!! Now I need to find out if anyone swaps the K-cups that go with these coffee makers. I've got a bunch of Bold flavor cups, from the variety pack, that I won't use. I'd love to try the White Hot Chocolate and the Hot Cider flavors without buying a whole box of them.

And a couple of days too late for a white Christmas but winter has defintely arrived here in Massachusetts.

Here's my sweetheart clearing a neighbor's driveway. Despite our very old snowblower that sounds like it's about to stall out any minute, he cleared our yard and three neighbors. Believe me, prayers were said that the snow blower would keep running as 8" of wet snow is very hard to move.

I hope Santa was good to one and all and that your Christmas was memorable.


Diane H said...

Oh lucky you, I'd love a cup! The slippers look great - I have an old Paton's pattern book with a variety of patterns for different styles of slippers - oldies but goodies. Happy New Year to you and yours.

Creative Breathing said...

Linda! What a beautiful tree! A White Christmas to boot! You have shared so many inspiring things with us this past year, it has been such a pleasure to follow along. I look forward to projects in the New Year. Count me in! Elizabeth